Below is Prophet Graham's report on ministry in Humansdorp, South Africa.
"Wednesday 4th May I flew out of Cape Town to Port Elizabeth. This part of my trip was originally going to potentially be a visit to PE Harvester Church where Pastor Phil Vergesie and his wife Priscilla lead. I had also been invited to speak at a school in Humansdorp by Magdel Burger, a fellow Miracle Bible College student with my daughter Jenny. Magdel works in the High School in Humansdorp as a spiritual aid to the students there. My trip was going to be a drive along the beautiful Garden Route with Apostle Aje Pelser but that didn’t work out. So the final plans just included ministry with Magdel in Humansdorp.
Magdel collected me from Port Elizabeth airport. Compared to what I have been used to it is quite a tiny airport but that means it is quick to collect your bags and go through. After greeting Magdel we set off on what turned out to be quite an adventurous diversion. My one thought for Magdel is she needs to buy a GPS. After about three quarters of an hour in the wrong direction we asked for help and then it was a matter of following instructions. Even then I had to make sure Magdel didn’t do her own thing.
My accommodation was in Jeffrey’s Bay. This is a well known surfing paradise and is a very beautiful place. I was loaned a house by a couple in the Jabez Church which is where I would be preaching. It site high up over the bay with a view of the sandy beaches and sea. This is truly South Africa, their only direction to travel out is North.
Humansdorp and Oyster Bay where I would visit for a couple of meals are a fair distance from where I was staying. Fortunately Magdel currently is trying to sell a car and has her new one already so I was able to borrow hers for trips to the shops and to the meetings.
Jabez Church is in Magdel’s words ‘fairly underground’. The leader was formerly in the Dutch Reformed Church which is similar to a traditional Anglican Church. The founder of the church is Piet Du Toit. There is also a school which forms part of the church made up of 16 to 19 year olds. Piet and his wife many years ago felt there had to be more than what was available in the Dutch Reformed Church. There seeking for more took them to many places where God was reviving His people and say that there was spiritual realm and developed an understanding of deliverance. Piet wrote a book that so shocked the Dutch Reformed Church that they asked him to leave.
The meeting began in the main hall of the school and as well attended by the pupils in particular. I had received a prophetic word about the trip that I would see saved and I felt that this was the place to expect that. I shared a little of my testimony and then preached about God’s plan for us to be like Him and how salvation is the way to start fulfilling that plan. At the end I gave an appeal for people to commit or recommit to Christ and slowly but surely young people responded, up to 25 in total with many accepting Christ for the first time. So His word was fulfilled. To God be the glory. I managed to prophecy and pray with them as well as give a prophetic word to Piet Du Toit.
After a last evening meal with Magdel it was off to bed for an early night and an early start to drive to catch my plane to Kimberley and the next leg if the adventure."